Dr. Susanne Schwarze, PhD


2012 - 2017: PhD student at Department of Biology, University of Oldenburg, Germany, AG Animal Navigation/"Neurosensorik" (Group leader: Prof. Dr. H. Mouritsen).
Project: “Quantum effects in magnetoreception”


09/2011: Graduation: Diplom-Biolgin at Friedrich - Wilhelms University of Bonn

Thesis: “Verhaltensphysiologische und anatomische Untersuchen an Elasmobranchiern (Chiloscyllium spec. and Atelomycterus marmoratus), Dept. of Vergleichende Neurobiologie (Prof. Dr. H. Bleckmann)


Study of Biology at Friedrich – Wilhelms University of Bonn, focus on Zoology, Botany and Chemistry


Graduated from Anno-Gymnasium Siegburg, Germany


2016: Schwarze S., Steenken F., Thiele N., Kobylkov D., Lefeldt N., Dreyer D., Schneider N-L., and Mouritsen H. (2016) "Migratory blackcaps can use their magnetic compass at 5 degrees inclination, but are completely random at 0 degree inclination", Sci Rep. 6:33805. doi.: 10.1038/srep33805

2016: Schwarze S., Schneider N-L., Reichl T., Dreyer D., Lefeldt N., Engels S., Baker N., Hore P. J., Mouritsen H. (2016) "Weak broadband electromagnetic fields are more disruptive to magnetic compass orientation in night-migratory songbird (Erithacus rubecula) than strong narrow-band fields. Frontierts in Behavioral Neuroscience 10,55. doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2016.00055